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    Poll: There's a coin?

    Where does one get this coin of which Stan speaks?

    I'm all up for a t-shirt as well.
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    Korean War TO & E

    Jarod,

    See from page 71: http://www.history.army.mil/books/Lineage/in/infantry.htm#10

    Companies would be lettered with the 1st Battalion having four companies: Three rifle companies: Able,...
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    Much as I dislike Congress...

    I like what Congressman Joe Heck's version is angling at, that the misrepresentation is made “with intent to obtain anything of value.” The Libertarian in me believes the issue devolves down to what...
  4. Excellent point...

    Assassination is fraught with repercussions. Even more so when the assassin uses a missile that often kills others in proximity. While assassinations may be useful, if very, very carefully targeted,...
  5. Seems to me...

    the most martial-spirited Americans sit at nice mahogany desks in a big marble building on a hill near the Potomac and have no problem throwing around their martial-spirit, as long as they or theirs...
  6. Ooops, my bad…

    First, I missed that key word. Well the US had essentially 102 years in a row of “continental” peace after 1899, until that day in September 10 years ago reset the clock. So there. :D

    Second, your...
  7. You forgot…

    the Cherokee, Sioux, Lakota, Cheyenne, etc… and remind me the part of US History where the US Army acted like so many Einsatzgruppen during our movement west? And no, I don’t blame the Canadians; we...
  8. Easy to note in 2011...

    Germany seemed to have a difficult time with respecting a persons' right to live and fair trails up until 1945 (to exclude the occupied eastern portion of Germany that got to experience a little...
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    Perhaps...

    the answer lies in that there just are not that many psychopaths per 100,000 people, regardless of theology or culture, and using coercion to engage in suicide bombing only goes so far.

    I also...
  10. I am not

    Syrian, nor a blogger, but I am a lesbian…albeit presently trapped in a man’s body. :D
  11. Pastafarianism...

    is the only right way to true enlightenment and the pathway to the tao of chūkamen and the zen of yakisoba. :D

    http://www.venganza.org/
  12. And when it happens...

    Tolkien will no doubt roll in his grave, metaphorically of course.

    Perhaps I should tear a page from L. Ron's play book and start my own faith based institution, Ilúvatarianism, as we get a tax...
  13. While I tend to shy away...

    from theological discussions as they, like many political discussions, tend to evoke emotions rather than logic, and I cannot make my argument near as erudite as Marc's nor as to the point as Bob's...
  14. The really creative would go for...

    Sociocultural Human Intelligence Teams.

    They could work with the French military's Service Historique de l'Armée de Terre and Commandos de Recherche et d'Action en Profondeur. :D
  15. Truer words...

    Hell, we barely have it here. :D
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    Reading's not fundamental....

    cause agitprop is all about the visuals baby! :D
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    In for a penny...

    While 2nd Amendment advocates certainly claim bearing arms is a right, the “gun control” issue to me is really more about “prior restraint.”

    This would be true in the US as well as many other...
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    Couldn't agree more...

    Perhaps they had a "Generation Kill" moment.

    This may be a stretch, but Gen Kill (by Rolling Stone writer Evan Wright), in both book and DVD format, has achieved a fair level of notoriety for its...
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    Slap...

    LOL to that. No doubt an outstanding tactic, and also be sure to have compromising photos of said scribbler. :D
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    Truer words...

    have rarely been spoken.
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    Well JMA,

    We no doubt operate on quite different levels of morality codes. First off “heavily” is very open to interpretation. Second, I do not recall the piece including any references to lampshades being...
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    "The team members are portrayed as drinking heavily..."

    So? I guess we need to have a sharper clarification of what exactly constitutes "heavily." Because "heavily" in the Marine Corps usually means few walked out under their own power. :)

    Plus that...
  23. Infanteer...

    what Ken left out was that he took that photo when he was the regimental Sergeant Major. :D

    Then again, some wag at my Marine Corps unit reunion noted, while we were touring the National Museum of...
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    A couple good treatise...

    Here and here and here...

    Then there were those who were not exactly enamoured with the new sheriffs in town in Mass and Pennsy.
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    I do admire TEL...

    but for what he actually did do: an “intelligence” officer with no significant military training who was seconded, along with other British officers, to a group of Bedu to assist them in stirring up...
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